case study, effectiveness, interventions, psychotherapy, spirituality
This article presents an in-depth single case study of 8 sessions of spiritually integrated psychotherapy with a 20-year-old woman recovering from an Eating Disorder. The inclusion and utility of session-to-session outcome data as well as systematic follow up data in conjunction with in-depth qualitative interviews are shown. Dr. H and client’s perspectives are highlighted over the course of treatment. Clinical areas of focus were extracted from the the qualitative interviews and the therapeutic process is described. Single-case study statistical analyses were conducted to highlight clinical gains and maintenance.
Original Publication Citation
Lea, T., Richards, P. S., *Sanders, P. W., *McBride, J. A., & Allen, G. E. K. (2015). Spiritual pathways to healing and recovery: An intensive single-N study of an eating disorder patient. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 2(3), 191.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Allen, Kawika; Lea, Troy; Richards, P. Scott; Sanders, Peter W.; and McBride, Jason A., "Spiritual Pathways to Healing and Recovery: An Intensive Single-N Study of an Eating Disorder Patient" (2015). Faculty Publications. 3175.
David O. McKay School of Education
Counseling Psychology and Special Education